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    I saw that. Will they replay it on your PBS station?

    It looks like they will encore episode 1 tonight at 9 p.m., with episode 2 to be shown on Sunday.

    Wonder why they are being so snooty?
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    Quote Originally Posted by inthegarden View Post
    I enjoyed The Escape Artist part I. I sure didn't want anything to happen to Katie.
    What a creep. I don't know how attorney's defend people who are guilty.
    I know, how sad, but I knew that was coming part two should be good
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    They are not airing The Escape Artist, part I, instead they are airing Endeavour, series 1. They are airing part II , Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.

    Olmstead had several different types of jobs before he founded Landscape Architecture. His bio is very interesting.
    I'll look for that book Punkin. Thanks!

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    I just finished watching The Escape Artist. Very interesting story! I enjoyed it.

    Was this a sole two part story made for television or are there other Masterpiece productions with this character (the male lawyer) as the lead?
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    I enjoyed The Escape Artist too. It is part of the "Masterpiece Mystery Series". Next Sunday "Masterpiece Mystery" continues with the Inspector Morse series.

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    Yay! Season 2 of Last Tango in Halifax starts TONIGHT! (It's being re-run on PBS later tonight as well, for those who missed it>)
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    I watched most of "Vicious" last night. Loved everyone in it . . . but the show has no charm, and I didn't care for it at all. Disappointed.

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    I thought Escape Artist was OK....better in some parts than in others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZChristian View Post
    I watched most of "Vicious" last night. Loved everyone in it . . . but the show has no charm, and I didn't care for it at all. Disappointed.
    I found myself laughing out loud during Vicious, probably because of the talent of Derek Jacobi and Ian McKellen. I also loved seeing Frances de la Tour again, whom I hadn't seen in anything since her Harry Potter days. I shall be watching more of the show.
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    I do love Jacobi and McKellen . . . just didn't care for this show. Frances was in "The Book of Eli," playing the wife of Michael Gambon (Professor Dumbledore). Totally cracked me up to see them in this totally different light.

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